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The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
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Another attractive interior space, this one 133 sq. ft. plus 63-sq-ft sleeping loft.
Nice use of space..maybe garage area?
Drop table down instead of up. Good: the table height is determined by the placement of the attachment point on the wall and not the cabinets below it. Bad: needs space between
I love all the wood and the smart space saving ideas!
The front door opens up to a combined live-work space. Malissa, who works in 3-D design, planned the entire home herself. "When building such a small space, especially on a trailer where you have fairly set dimensions, you have a certain amount of creative freedom," says Chris. The Tacks did everything
everything they could to cut down on power use and save space. All of the lights use LED bulbs. Malissa's computer monitor doubles as a television, cutting down on accessories, power and unnecessary space. Her desk folds down when not in use.
“Tiny inside” — phwhitehurst
Office Sian Architecture & Design
Hackney Shed
Ideabooks13,182
Questions2
outdoor space avec grandes portes qui s'ouvrent au complet
would use this as a rec space for the kids. Love the transparency
Great use of the outdoors for office space and inspiration!
office has skylights in the roof, flooding it with natural light and saving wall space for that all important storage.
Max the indoor-outdoor vibeThis rustic room in a London back garden is the perfect getaway. There’s space in which to relax, work or read, and doors allow one wall to be completely open
it could equally be used as a playroom, teenagers’ den, craft space or even a utility room.
6. Take your work outdoors. Semiscreened by the trees and foliage, what might look at first glance like a humble shed is actually an office space fully equipped with power and an Internet connection. See more
“Plain utilitarian shed/retreat” — eduardojuan
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Ideabooks639
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Ramus divided the six stable bays in the long layout and put sleeping spaces at one end and living spaces at the other. The kitchen and dining area sits at the center of the structure
partitioning of spaces was derived from the regular module of stable bays, maintaining the openness of the original structure. The natural wood elements in this space are allowed to annunciate their historic past.
Ramus divided the six stable bays in the long layout and put sleeping spaces at one end
end and living spaces at the other. The kitchen and dining area sits at the centre of the structure.
Ramus divided the six stable bays in the long layout and put sleeping spaces at one end and living spaces at the other. The kitchen and dining area sits at the centre of the structure.
“Outdoor Bathroom Wall” — sookieping
MLB Design Group
12 Reviews
Seattle Houseboat -- a Floating Home Renovation
Ideabooks1,674
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beautiful. All interior walls are finished with cedar and vertical grain fir details. The homeowner reads and works at home frequently, so this desk space is much used.
separation of the kitchen and living space
Love the function and space planning but too monochromatic for me
Love the amount of storage and compact use of the space
Great use of space for guest quarters
An observation .... the wood is beautiful but is seems to close things in more. Same space in white seems
“smart! I like the separation of the kitchen and living space” — Flower Long
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks6,073
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How wide is the space and barrel?
Good evening- Do you know how wide this space (for the shower part) as well as the measurements of the barrel? Thank you so much for your time, and I look forward to hearing from you. Regards, Karen
133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbors allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living. See more of this
133 square feet of living space plus a 63-square-foot sleeping loftWho lives here: Chris and Malissa Tack; she works in 3D designLocation: Snohomish, WashingtonBuilt-ins, a fold-down desk and a little help from friends and neighbours allow the Tacks to embrace serious small-space living.See more of this
“Bathroom” — janiceyim88
Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Soda Spring Residence
Ideabooks10,095
Questions3
The ceiling height at the tallest part is 42" from the top of the matress to the header. It is fine for sleeping in and a good use of knee wall space, but they are a little tight for an adult sitting on the bed. The ceilings were covered in leftover wallpaper (hence the different ceilings in the bunks)
nice bunks, lots of space so you don't feel claustrophobic
guest beds incorporated into dance room? or other space
utilizes space effectively and what an amazing place to sleep!
“Neat idea” — kzbodula
Jean Longpré
Cabin in Fitch Bay, Quebec
Ideabooks3,501
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to tie in with the white ceiling and help the space feel light.
bookcases and separation of spaces for the mezzanine
Using storage to separate a room is a great way to make the most of space
pure white to tie in with the white ceiling and help the space feel light.
loving the way they use the glass balcony to keep the feeling of space
Mid-ceiling mezzanine! Space both sides. Maybe not for a bedroom but would make an awesome
The steeply pitched roof of this home has been filled with a mezzanine running down its central, highest part. A bedroom, built-in wardrobes and a bathroom at the far end have been designed and decorated in pure white to tie in with the white ceiling and help the space feel light
“Idea for expanding our living space” — bbdellg
Urban Rustic Living
1 Review
Lake of Bays Cottage
Ideabooks4,454
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Great use of small space. Bunk room.
6. Thin on the groundEven tight spaces like this elongated room can transform into inviting hubs. Storage opportunities under the lower bunk and along the long lounge-seat are not to be missed. Minimal decoration is another way to say that this is not a place to clutter.
“loft bed” — atolton
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